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Mike Neff

Mike Neff
What is it that Mike Neff doesn’t do? The writer, radio contributor and racetrack announcer coordinates the site’s local short track coverage, hitting up Saturday Night Specials across the country while tracking the sport’s future racing stars. The writer for our signature Sprint Cup post-race column, Thinkin’ Out Loud (Mondays) also sits down with Cup crew chiefs to talk shop every Thursday with Tech Talk. Mike works as track announcer for Millbridge Speedway and East Lincoln Speedway, local bullrings based outside of Charlotte, and pops up everywhere from Athlon Sports to SIRIUS XM Radio.

Beyond the Cockpit: Regan Smith On… Hockey?

(Photo: Mike Neff)

Regan Smith is the elder statesman at JR Motorsports, paired with “young gun” and reigning XFINITY Series champ Chase Elliott. This year, though it’s the old dog teaching everyone else new tricks, currently sitting third in points just 34 behind Chris Buescher. Smith finished fifth on Friday night and gained …

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Austin Dillon Wins Race for the Cure 300, Sweeps Charlotte XFINITY Races

Austin Dillon Race for the Cure 300 2015 Charlotte Burnout 1 Mike Neff

Austin Dillon earned the pole for Friday night’s XFINITY race at Charlotte Motor Speedway but when the green flag flew he had anything but a dominant car. Dillon led the first five laps but surrendered the lead to Kasey Kahne, as his car simply wasn’t handling to his liking and he drifted back …

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Austin Dillon Wins Race for the Cure 300 Pole

Austin Dillon Race for the Cure 300
Credit : Mike Neff

Austin Dillon climbed the ladder during XFINITY qualifying and reached the top run in the final session to claim the pole for Friday night’s Race for the Cure 300. Dillon turned a lap of 29.424 seconds at a speed of 183.524 mph to put himself on the pole. Kasey Kahne …

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George Brunnhoelzl, III Wins Southern Slam 150, Andy Seuss Scores Southern Modified Title

Credit : Mike Neff

Andy Seuss ran modifieds in the North and South for nine years before he finally hoisted the championship trophy over his head. After Thursday’s Southern Slam 150, he was able to do it for the second consecutive year. Seuss knew exactly what he needed to do to ensure he would …

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